O'Donnell Learn – Reimagining The Way Learning Happens!

we reimagine the way learning happens.
with you.

We design
for people.

People are at the center of everything we do. With empathy for the learner as our launching pad, we support faculty to bring their expertise together with what inspires, excites and engages their learners. This partnership is key to creating authentic experiences that advance learner success.

We call this Purposeful Learning Design.
Nothing else compares for evolving learning.

Learning is about people. Primarily the learners and instructors engaged in the experiences and elements that serve desired outcomes. It's learning design that creates a meaningful, engaging, and fully inclusive community-building experience.

Brett Christie, PhD
Director of LX Design

How purposeful are your
learning experiences?

  • Do you meet learner expectations?
  • Are you fully driving learner success?
  • Are your stakeholders aligned in their understanding of quality learning?
our stories

It’s amazing what can happen when partnerships are dedicated to advancing learner success.

See what our great clients are saying

WHAT’S ON OUR MINDS.

We’re always learning, wondering and sharing. Here’s what we’re thinking about lately.

FALL 2020: Improving the Learning Experience with Low Stakes Assessments

Published By Brett Christie, PhD
on Nov 19, 2020

FALL 2020: Collecting Learner Feedback and Applying the Results

Published By Brett Christie, PhD
on Oct 15, 2020

Recently, O’Donnell Learn CEO, Carrie O’Donnell and I began hosting short webinars to address critical issues higher education faculty are currently facing. Our aim is to provide concise, actionable resources to help faculty create a more successful learning experience, particularly in the context of this semester’s challenges.

Challenges in Equity and Inclusion for Online Learning: An Interview with Dr. Brett Christie

Published By Joana Jebsen
on Sep 03, 2020

At O’Donnell Learn, we’ve always believed the path to great learning includes every learner and provides alternative pathways for different learners. When higher education shifted to emergency remote learning in March, significant gaps in equity and inclusion became evident. As institutions seek to resolve these gaps for online learning, we reached out to Dr. Brett […]